Susie Day has a BA and Masters in English Literature from Oxford University and is still grasping at a doctorate. In the meantime, she works in an international boarding school in Oxford and is one of the founders of the UKYA website.
Her first book, Whump!….In which Bill Falls 632 Miles Down A Manhole, won the BBC Children’s Fiction Prize and was serialised on Radio 4.
Susie’s hilarious and touching novel for teens, Big Woo! (Marion Lloyd Books) was followed by Girl Meets Cake and The Twice-Lived Summer of Bluebell Jones. Pea’s Book of Best Friends (Random House) marked a shift to writing for a slightly younger readership and has been followed by a further three titles featuring Pea and her sisters. The Story of Sam and Sam is Susie’s latest novel.
Originally from Wales, Susie currently lives in Oxford.
The Secrets Of Sam And Sam
Sam likes being a twin. He likes having two mums. He likes cheese sandwiches and his dog and drawing comics with his friend Pea. He […]
Pea’s Book Of Holidays
Pea’s family are separating for the summer holidays. Big sister, Clover, is off to Drama Camp, Mum is staying at home to finish her new […]
The Twice-Lived Summer Of Bluebell Jones
Turning thirteen. It’s a rollercoaster ride. Especially for Bluebell, when she accidentally summons her fourteen-year-old self back from the future. Red has amazing friends, actual […]